This week, we return to the Star Trek universe that J.J. Abrams rebooted using time travel. And meanwhile, Abrams is adapting Stephen King's book 11/22/63. So it's a great time to ask: How does time travel work in the Abrams-verse? If you're in a J.J. Abrams story and you build a time machine, what should you expect…
J.J. Abrams' first Trek movie was released in 2009, and the sequel is only coming out this summer. And now that Hollywood's foremost nerd director has taken on the next Star Wars movie, there's no telling when we might see another Trek. Until now!
The screenplay for the sequel to J.J. Abrams' better-than-we'd-dared-hope Star Trek is almost done, and news has been trickling out. We dig through all the evidence, and ask whether this film could avoid the dreaded ailment of sequel-itis.
When Lost returns on Tuesday, the surprises will come thick and fast. How would you survive if you were trapped inside a twisty J.J. Abrams story? There's only one way to find out: by playing the J.J. Abrams board game.
J.J. Abrams and his Star Trek team answered canned questions in a "live" online chat today. They had to stop taking questions once they'd received over 600 queries, including hard-hitting investigative questions like "Do you like Phasers?" But they also let slip a few cool tidbits about the movie.